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A simultaneous model of long-term regional job and population changes

Kapitel i bok
Författare Ingvar Holmberg
B. Johansson
U. Strömquist
Publicerad i The Economics of Disappearing Distance. Börje Johansson (red.)
Sidor 161-189
ISBN 9781315194479
Förlag Taylor and Francis
Publiceringsår 2019
Publicerad vid Institutionen för nationalekonomi med statistik, Statistiska forskningsenheten
Sidor 161-189
Språk en
Ämneskategorier Ekonomi och näringsliv

Sammanfattning

This chapter examines a model structure that can project multiregional job and populations dynamics. Such dynamics include the attraction of firms and households to each functional region. The method to identify a region’s internal market potential is in a fundamental way related to the delineation of the geographic extension of a functional region. A functional region is distinguished by its concentration of activities and of its infrastructure which facilitates particularly high factor mobility within its interaction borders. The resource-based theory has been challenged in recent decades by scale-based models, which explain location and trade patterns in a context of internal and external economies of scale. The chapter presents model for long term projection of employment and population growth in Swedish municipalities. In Sweden a functional region normally consists of several interacting municipalities. Such a group of municipalities is considered to be integrated into a region when the interaction between the municipalities is intensive.

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